Vistulan Boulevards in Warsaw

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52°08'26"N
021°01'20"E
Country
 Poland
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Vistulan Boulevards (Polish: Bulwary wiślane) are boulevards located on the western side of the River Vistula in Warsaw, Poland. The section between Poniatowski Bridge and Śląsko-Dąbrowski Bridge is named after Bohdan Grzymała-Siedlecki, and between the bridges of Śląsko-Dąbrowski and Gdański after Jan Karski.The reconstruction of the boulevards began in 2013. The opening of the boulevards was planned for the July, and then autumn of 2014. Later dates of the opening of the boulevards at Podzamcze was estimated to be April 2015, and the segment to Copernicus Science Centre in mid-2015.The first segment of the Vistulan Boulevards was opened on August 2, 2015.
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